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Behavioral Health Intervention Specialist-Great Benefits + Retirement (Eureka)

Humboldt County Office of Education

compensation: $72,327 to $90,410/yr, DOE, + amazing benefits, including employer-paid medical/dental/vision, sick leave, CalPERS Retirement program
employment type: full-time
job title: Behavioral Health Intervention Specialist - SELPA
Come join the amazing HCOE team as a Behavioral Health Intervention Specialist!
The Humboldt County Office of Education offers amazing benefits:
- Employer-paid medical, dental, and vision
- CalPERS Retirement Program with employer matching (26.68% for the 23-24 school year)
- Sick leave and vacation
- Longevity Program that rewards long-term employees
- HealthSPORT Business Partner rates

Behavioral Health Intervention Specialist
SELPA Eureka office
8 hrs/day, 5 days/wk, 194 days/yr Position 555, FTE 1.0, job #5690
Salary: $72,327 - $90,409

Please click on the link for the complete job description and application process: https://employment.hcoe.org/jobs/view/5690/

Qualifications:
California Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) credential or Board Certified Behavioral Analyst (BCBA) certification. A minimum of three years’ work experience as a certified behavior specialist in public education with K-12 students, emphasizing working collaboratively with students with intense social-emotional needs, families, and staff. Experience in conducting Functional Behavior Analysis (FBA), interpreting data, designing specific educational programs, implementing positive behavior plans, and training staff to implement and monitor the plan. *At this stage, unofficial transcripts are acceptable. If offered the position, official transcripts will be required for placement.

Position Summary:
Under the general supervision of the Humboldt-Del Norte SELPA Director, provides technical behavior assistance to Humboldt County school district personnel, conducts student functional analysis assessments, develops and implements positive behavior plans and interventions assuring that effective and efficient behavioral intervention and support systems are in place to support the continuous academic progress of students. The behavior intervention support specialist will train district and SELPA instructional aides in Applied Behavior Analysis and other intervention techniques as required for individual student’s needs. In addition, the Behavior Intervention Support Specialist will attend student SST, 504 or IEP meetings as requested and coordinate behavior techniques in the school with a student’s home program as applicable. The Behavior Intervention Support Specialist will serve as a complement to district designated staff to provide guidance in behavior management techniques that comply with various federal, state, and SELPA requirements.

Please click on the link for the complete job description and application process: https://employment.hcoe.org/jobs/view/5690/
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